About Redlands

Welcome to Dr. Kuncl

“Congratulations to Dr. Kuncl and welcome to Redlands. For more than a century, the City and the University of Redlands have enjoyed a close, cooperative, mutually beneficial relationship. The campus, its students and its faculty are part of the fabric of the City of Redlands. In fact, many of the city’s leaders have come from the ranks of the University’s faculty or, like myself, its alumni. We look forward to anything we can do to ensure your success at the University of Redlands and to continue and build on that connection between Town and Gown.”
-City of Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar '01

“I am pleased to welcome Dr. Kuncl to Redlands and look forward to working with him on the important and active relationship between the university and the larger community. The citizens of the Inland Empire as well as organizations like Esri benefit greatly from the presence of the University of Redlands and I wish him the very best as he joins the campus and our community.”
-Jack Dangermond, President, Esri

“On behalf of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce, I would like to welcome the new president of the University to the City of Redlands. The University of Redlands has always played a critical role in the city, from its charming campus to its faculty, staff, and student body that enhances the community, the school is an extraordinary addition to the tapestry of Redlands. As the torch of leadership is passed and you light the way to the future, the Redlands Chamber of Commerce looks forward to working together—business and education on the road to success.”
-Paul Barich, President, Redlands Chamber of Commerce


Athletics are an important part of student life.
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The University softball field was modeled after the one in "Field of Dreams."

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